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Of the 17 countries, only two support Kosovo's visa liberalization

This is a report made after a meeting held this month with representatives of the 17 EU member states

A group of European Union member states expressed "great skepticism" regarding visa liberalization approval for Kosovo, and only two supported the introduction of Pristina into the Schengen area, according to a report by the Kosovo Foreign Ministry, inspected by Koha.

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This is a report made after a meeting held this month with representatives of the 17 EU member states.

The report contains the position of each state in relation to Kosovo, and according to this document, concern mainly reflects illegal migration and failure to meet expectations regarding the reforms that Kosovo was supposed to meet.

- The meeting was held with the representatives of 17 member states, of whom only Bulgaria and Hungary reacted positively and supported the visa liberalization in Kosovo. Other countries have expressed hesitance or concern over various aspects related to the conditions and the expected reforms - the report says.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

Tags: Balkan news, Daily news, East Europe, European Union, Kosovo, Report, visa, Visa-free regime, Visa liberalization, Visa Liberation
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